Kanye West’s Sunday Service Travels To Jamaica
By Stephanie Ogbogu
For weeks, Kanye West has been taking his Sunday Service on the road, hitting cities across the country like New York, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., and Detroit. Now, the gospel/hip hop mashup is headed to the Caribbean.
Kanye West’s Sunday Service is b heading to Jamaica. The event, which will be held at Emancipation Park in Kingston, is free to the public at begins at 7 PM tonight.
This is the first time the Sunday Service event has been held internationally. Kanye reportedly worked in conjunction with Jamaica’s Tourism Board to pull this off.
“I received a call from a contact overseas on Monday night, and by Tuesday we were meeting with Kanye’s advance team, who was already on the island,” said Jamaica’s Entertainment Minister Olivia Grange. “Along with the personnel, they will be bringing in some of their own equipment. We will have to arrange protocols at the airport to ensure that everything runs smoothly.”
If all goes well, Kanye plans to take the massive concert to Africa, Europe, and Asia next.